TV: WDVM-TV-9, WBAL-TV-11, 1 p.m.

Radio: WMAL-630, WQRA-FM-94.3, 1 p.m.

Injury Update: Washington: TE Anthony Jones, knee (Q); Cleveland: QB Gary Danielson, shoulder (Q).

Data: Browns favored by 2 1/2 . . . With Bernie Kosar (age 21) starting for Cleveland, game will match league's youngest and oldest (Washington's Joe Theismann, 36) starting QBs. Browns (4-3) have allowed only three sacks in last four games. They have not allowed a running back more than 100 yards in 25 straight games. They have lost seven of last 10 at home, but hold 30-7-1 overall edge over Washington . . . Redskins (3-4) have lost six of last eight on the road. They lead NFL in rushing (167 yards per game), despite gaining only 69 yards in last week's 17-3 loss to Giants. Washington has scored 73 first-half points, only 27 in second half. Browns have scored 41 in first half, 96 in second. Seahawks at Jets

TV: WMAR-TV-2, 1 p.m.

Injury Update: Seattle: G Robert Pratt, knee (Q); New York: none reported.

Data: Jets by 3 . . . Seattle (4-3) has never lost to Jets (5-2) in seven meetings. QB Dave Krieg has AFC-high 16 touchdown passes (10 interceptions). Defense is second in AFC with 20 takeaways . . . New York is 3-0 at home this season. RB Freeman McNeil still leads AFC in rushing (645 yards) despite sitting out last week's 20-13 loss to Patriots with bruised ribs. Jets have No. 1 AFC defense, and have allowed conference-low four touchdown passes. 49ers at Rams

TV: WDVM-TV-9, WBAL-TV-11, 4 p.m.

Injury Update: San Francisco: NT Manu Tuiasosopo, ankle (D); LB Todd Shell, neck (D); G Randy Cross, knee (Q); T Bruce Collie, ankle (Q); Los Angeles: LB Kevin Greene, shoulder (D).

Data: Game rated even . . . Los Angeles (7-0) has allowed fewest points in NFL (89) and leads league with plus-13 turnover ratio. RB Eric Dickerson has been held under 100 yards in each of last four games, the first time that has happened to him in three professional seasons . . . San Francisco's 19-16 victory over Rams Dec. 14 was Rams' last regular-season loss. QB Joe Montana of 49ers (3-4) has had four of his career 17 300-yard passing games against Rams and has not been intercepted by Los Angeles in last four meetings. Steelers at Bengals

TV: WRC-TV-4, 4 p.m.

Injury Update: Pittsburgh: DE Keith Gary, hamstring (O); Edmund Nelson, calf (Q); Cincinnati: none reported.

Data: Steelers by 1 1/2 . . . Bengals (2-5) defeated Steelers (3-4), 37-24, on Sept. 30. Cincinnati has scored AFC-high 211 points; Pittsburgh has given up 118 points, third lowest in AFC. Bengals are 9-4 against Steelers at Riverfront Stadium . . . Steelers have lost NFL-low one fumble this season. They have allowed only one sack in last three games. Pittsburgh comes out strong, having given up only one first-quarter touchdown in last 20 games. Broncos at Chiefs

Injury Update: Denver: S Roger Jackson, neck (Q); LB Rick Dennison, ankle (Q); Kansas City: G Brad Budde, shoulder (D); CB Albert Lewis, shoulder-neck (Q); C Bob Rush, back (Q).

Data: Broncos by 1 . . . Chiefs (3-4) have lost four of last five, but have beaten Broncos (5-2) four straight times in Kansas City. QB Bill Kenney, who sat out last week as reserve Todd Blackledge threw club-record six interceptions in 16-0 loss to Rams, will start for Chiefs . . . Denver has allowed average of 97 yards passing last two games after yielding average of 234 in first five games. Aggressive Broncos have recovered 73 percent of opponents' fumbles, but have lost only 29 percent of their own. Falcons at Cowboys

Injury Update: Atlanta: QB Steve Bartkowski, knee (injured reserve); TE Cliff Benson, hip (Q); S Scott Case, thigh (Q); Dallas: G Crawford Ker, lower back (O).

Data: Cowboys by 13 . . . They hold 8-1 edge in series with Falcons (1-6), who are coming off their first victory this season, 31-24, over Saints. QB Danny White (bruised ribs) will start for Cowboys (5-2), whose four-game winning streak was stopped, 16-14, by Eagles last week as Gary Hogeboom started. Falcons are one of three NFC teams not to yield 100 rushing yards to Dallas' Tony Dorsett (Lions and 49ers are others) . . . QB David Archer (60 percent completions) has won Falcons starting job. Vikings at Bears

Injury Update: Minnesota: LB Chris Martin, knee (Q); RB Ted Brown, leg (Q); Chicago: RB Calvin Thomas, knee (D); WR Dennis McKinnon, knee (Q); DE Tyrone Keys, ankle (Q).

Data: Bears by 7 1/2 . . . Chicago QBs Jim McMahon (ankle, lower back) and Steve Fuller (back spasms) did not start working out until Friday, but McMahon will start. Bears (7-0) have won 13 of last 15 at home, and 15 of last 17 against NFC Central . . . Vikings (4-3) have yielded more rushing yards (1,986) and touchdowns (16) to Chicago's Walter Payton than any other team. Minnesota lost to Bears, 33-24, in Sept. 19 prime time game in which McMahon came off bench to throw three touchdown passes. Giants at Saints

Injury Update: New York: CB Tyrone Davis, back (Q); New Orleans: LB Joe Kohlbrand, shoulder (O); RB Hokie Gajan, hamstring (D); LB Scott Pelluer, hamstring (D).

Data: Giants by 3 1/2 . . . They have NFL's No. 1 defense (allowing 259 yards per game). They (4-3) lead league with 37 sacks, including NFL-best 11 1/2 by DE Leonard Marshall. Former Maryland K Jess Atkinson is 10 of 13 in FGs, including last seven straight . . . Saints (3-4) defeated Giants, 10-3, in last regular-season game of 1984 as they sacked Phil Simms seven times. Bills at Eagles

Injury Update: Buffalo: none reported; Philadelphia: TE John Goode, knee (Q); RB-KR Herman Hunter, knee (Q); FS Wes Hopkins, leg (Q); LB Anthony Griggs, knee (Q).

Data: Eagles by 9 . . . Since QB Ron Jaworski was reinserted in Philadelphia lineup, Eagles (3-4) have outscored three opponents, 67-24. In previous 17 quarters, they had only one touchdown and had been outscored, 80-35 . . . Bills (1-6) broke eight-game losing streak last week with 21-9 victory over Colts. Buffalo has lost 12 straight on road dating back to 1983. Packers at Colts

Injury Update: Green Bay: none reported; Indianapolis: TE Mark Boyer, knee (Q).

Data: No line . . . QB Lynn Dickey, despite pulled leg muscle, will start for Packers (3-4). They have been thinking about getting into halftime locker room a bit early and have been outscored, 65-33, in second quarter . . . Colts (2-5) had seven rushers dropped for losses in last week's 21-9 loss to Bills. Oilers at Cardinals

Injury Update: Houston: WR Steve Tasker, knee (O); FB Stan Edwards, shoulder (Q); St. Louis: RB Ottis Anderson, two dislocated toes (Q); LB E.J. Junior, foot (Q); LB Danny Spradlin, hamstring (Q); TE Doug Marsh, back (Q).

Data: Cardinals by 7 . . . Stump Mitchell might replace Anderson, who did not practice all week. Cardinals (3-4) have scored only 27 points in losing last three games. They have not gotten a sack in last two . . . Oilers (2-5) broke five-game losing streak with last week's 44-27 victory over Bengals. RB Mike Rozier (75 yards on 17 carries) had his best NFL game, and QB Warren Moon did not suffer a sack for first time in 1985. Dolphins at Lions

Injury Update: Miami: DE Kim Bokamper, pinched nerve (Q); T Jon Giesler, knee (Q); LB Bob Brudzinski, arch (Q); Detroit: RB Wilbert Montgomery, knee (Q); WR Jeff Chadwick, shoulder (Q); LB James Harrell, back (Q).

Data: Dolphins by 6 1/2 . . . Miami (5-2) has AFC-best 41-8 record against NFC, including eight straight victories. Lions are 20-26-1 against AFC. Miami leads AFC in total offense (385 yards per game), but is 1-2 on the road . . . Lions (4-3) are 3-0 in Silverdome. Since 1980, Lions are 29-21-1 (.580) on artificial turf, 9-20 (.310) on grass. Patriots at Buccaneers

Injury Update: New England: QB Tony Eason, shoulder (Q); LB Larry McGrew, knee (Q); LB Don Blackmon, ankle (Q); Tampa Bay: G Sean Farrell, hamstring (D); LB Jeff Davis, groin (Q); LB Scot Brantley, hip (Q).

Data: Patriots by 2 . . . With QB Steve Grogan, New England (4-3) has won its last two. Ex-USFL Washington Federal Craig James has led Patriots rushers in five of their seven games . . . Tampa Bay is 0-7, but last three losses have been by an average of four points. Buccaneers have allowed one sack the last three weeks. Chargers at Raiders

TV: WJLA-TV-7, WJZ-TV-13, 9 p.m. Monday night

Radio: WMAL-630, WQRA-FM-94.3

Injury Update: San Diego: LB Vince Osby, ankle (D); DE Keith Ferguson, knee (Q); Los Angeles: RB Steve Strachan, hamstring (O).

Data: Raiders by 6 . . . This series has produced more points (an average of 47.8) than any other in AFC history. Raiders have NFL-best 22-3-1 prime time record, including 11-0 at home. Chargers are 10-7 in prime time, and last two appearances have been 33-30 and 28-24 losses to Raiders. QB Dan Fouts will start for Chargers as he finally plays with oft-injured TE Kellen Winslow.

KEY: (O) out; (D) doubtful -- 75 percent chance will not play; (Q) questionable -- 50 percent chance will not play.